9th May 2014 | In House Training
Seeing the fair arrive in Mossley over the past couple of days, one is reminded of the many uses of the Hem Square/Market Ground in Top Mossley. Recently, the public toilets there were demolished at which point many residents and business in the area realised that something was afoot with this space. Almost immediately a petition was raised when it became known that Tameside Council were planning to sell off the land and news this morning (Friday) indicates that over 1000 signatures have been collected. One spokesman on the radio mentioned that the site is used for Whit Friday band contest, Good Friday outdoor services and is at the heart of Mossley community. There will be a meeting next month at the George Lawton Hall to discuss more.
Some more pictures of work in progress over at the old library. It is a bit of a building site right now! Please remember that scaffolding should not be used as a climbing frame (police are patrolling regularly) and you are reminded to take extra care whilst builders are working on the outside of the building.
Please don’t forget to join us in Uppermill next Sunday 18th from noon to celebrate Vet Nurse Awareness Month. There will be a tombola and raffle with great prizes and lots more. Plus, if you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to train or work as a vet nurse, our team will be on hand with free advice.